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 61 
 on: October 30, 2014, 04:05:55 PM 
Started by glassjawsh - Last post by Dice
I had a 25 year old on my FB complain that she didn't get candy... I honestly think Halloween "trick or treating" should be for the kids, but I do love Halloween parties [for adults] too.  I normally don't dress up --- no money being one issue, but also not really wanted to spend on something I'd wear for one night (even though I'd want to of course if the money was less tight).

I usually just put on these fox ears I bought years ago and go "I'mafox".  And that's that.

I think I was Halloween'd out after I won a costume contest as a kid.... I was a Christmas Tree.

 62 
 on: October 30, 2014, 03:21:49 PM 
Started by glassjawsh - Last post by Tomara
I don't celebrate it. Soms teens and twenty-somethings have more or less imported Halloween as an excuse to dress up in slutty costumes and get drunk, but in many parts of the Netherlands St. Maarten, on the 11th of November, is the day for collecting candy. There's no dressing up, but children get to walk around with (hand-crafted) lanterns after the dark. They knock on doors, sing a song and get candy (or perhaps some small coins or a tangerine) as a reward. Most kids prefer the funny songs, but you actually get the best rewards with a good old begging song.

 63 
 on: October 30, 2014, 03:14:06 PM 
Started by glassjawsh - Last post by dyeager
Will be going as Ralph from Wreck It Ralph. I'll be dressed up tomorrow for the handing out of candy and then will wear the costume to my friend's party afterwards. Halloween is one of my favorites right behind New Year's Eve.

 64 
 on: October 30, 2014, 02:53:27 PM 
Started by glassjawsh - Last post by glassjawsh
Built a Mad-Eye Moody costume. The eye patch is fantastic. I shall be doing that.

Just outstanding. would love to see that.  Will probably put the Ryan and Margaret McPoyle get-up that my girlfriend and I are throwing on to shame.

 65 
 on: October 30, 2014, 02:50:49 PM 
Started by Damacon - Last post by Damacon
 So far I am really liking tears of tiara 2 the characters are a bit cliche as they fall into roles you see a ton in anime but there is nothing wrong with that as it makes them more likeable and helps you understand their depth a lot easier. The combat system is fairly in depth and keeps adding new fun features as the game progresses which keeps things interesting. If I had one complaint its that the map design's so far are really dull where they just kind of throw enemies everywhere they have a few random objectives sometimes but really the map takes no real effect on the strategy which is most of the time spread out and slaughter everyone even on the hard setting. But this is something common with most tactics games very few of them are really tactical and by the end tactics is just thrown out the window all together.

 So Natural Doctrine was a real surprise though the combat system was not flashy at all, it was a solid tactics system that used terrain and forced you to use special formations to keep yourself from dieing. I think most of us who like tactics games would agree we would like to see a more advance form of a game like Natural Doctrine with flashier skills, bigger maps with more strategy, and a likeable story like tears of tiara 2. So this is kind of my point Natural Doctrine didn't rate to well anywhere so it will fade away and a game like Tears of Tiara 2 will do well plus was probably a hell of a lot easier to create other than the story. Is it really fair I am sure the reviewer on this sight who did the review for Natural Doctrine feels the same way that sometimes that underdog deserves its credit so maybe someone might do it again only better instead of just doing what you know works.

 66 
 on: October 30, 2014, 02:39:43 PM 
Started by glassjawsh - Last post by Taelus
Built a Mad-Eye Moody costume. The eye patch is fantastic. I shall be doing that.

 67 
 on: October 30, 2014, 02:19:28 PM 
Started by glassjawsh - Last post by GrimReality
No, as I have no reason to be. I used to wear a mask or dress up on occasion for the trick or treaters, but haven't done so in a while.
If I had a party to attend, I would do the costume thing. It's all in good fun.
We're a tad sad, as our 13.5 year old son decided he doesn't want to go trick or treating this year. He just "doesn't feel like it" is his response. I think my last year going was 13 or 14.
Thing is, every year I get "kids" older than that dressed up(or not) and begging for candy. It doesn't bother me. If you're willing to put in the effort, I'll reward you with candy, no matter your age.
We are on a high traffic corner, and regularly hand out between 300-350 pieces of candy. The weather might limit that this year as it's supposed to be sucky out tomorrow. 40 degrees and windy as hell. We'll see.

 68 
 on: October 30, 2014, 01:48:11 PM 
Started by Damacon - Last post by Tooker
I just got Tears of Tiara 2

I'm working on a review of that game! :) Life is getting in the way of making swift progress, but I will have good things to say when I write it.

As Yeager mentioned, we do have readers vote as well, and publish the results along side our staff awards each year.  I can't remember the category off the top of my head, but there was one category one year where we chose not to award any game because none of them were worthy.

 69 
 on: October 30, 2014, 01:07:57 PM 
Started by Lucca - Last post by Wild Armor





And gonna add this here too:

click this first (that is all enjoy)

 70 
 on: October 30, 2014, 01:02:01 PM 
Started by glassjawsh - Last post by Annubis
Will you be costumed?

No.

And if not, why are you such a sad and terrible person?

Because that's who I am.

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